Looking for a place to stash your beauty goods? Might I suggest the cheeky Candid Canisters collection by Soho designer Jonathan Adler? Accentuated with a glossy white and black stripe glaze, this pottery is like none other. That's because each porcelain jar is labeled with a particular "vice," such as uppers, downers, quaaludes, and ganja. And for the beauty lovers in all of us, there's
Eyelashes ($120) and Peroxide ($95). Neither of these objects may constitute as a true transgression of yours, but you can rest easy knowing that these pieces are made through a partnership with Aid to Artisans, a nonprofit that connects American designers with artisans in developing countries. What do you think of these cheeky canisters? Would you use them?
Halloween may be over, but you can still add a little edge to your look with some visually exciting studded beauty accessories. From the cute and sweet, like Marc by Marc Jacobs's heart-shaped clip ($28) to the super edgy, like Topshop's spiky stud headband ($50) or gold studded eyelashes ($16), here are a few embellished beauty goods to add a little something extra to your look. Just click on each image above for more details.
If you're looking for a simple way to get into the Halloween spirit, spice up your look by adding false eyelashes. We've picked a variety of drugstore options that add a ton of fun. Watch our video to find out how to put on faux lashes for Halloween — or any time of year!
If you're looking for a last minute Halloween costume, one quick way to spice up your look easily is to add fake eyelashes. We've picked a variety of drugstore options: NYX, Fright Night, Fantasy Makers, and Ardell Cleopatra lashes. Watch our video to find out how to put on fake eyelashes for Halloween or year-round!
Fall is here, and that means it's time to bring out your sweaters, your cocoa, and all your new season makeup and hair goodies. October is a fun-filled month, with lots of new products launching and the excitement of Halloween building. It's the perfect chance to get experimenting. So to see what's up this month, just keep reading.
The lashes are called Neo Reflectors ($65), and they promise to give a "mirror shine effect for outstanding cyber-chic eyes." It's an extremely fun idea, though we get the feeling you might walk around blinding yourself and others. Also, we may be wrong about this, but mirror lashes could potentially be rather heavy.
What do you think of the latest offering from Shu? Would you consider giving these a try while dancing away to "The Hustle," or do you prefer to leave them to the Lady Gagas and Harajuku girls of this world?
When I saw these gorgeous Paperself False Eyelashes, I almost let out an audible squeal. Not only are they cool and dramatic, but if you look closely you can see that these "lashes" are actually cut out to make pretty little horses. They're incredibly creative and apparently inspired by the art of Chinese paper cutting. Each of the patterns is representative of a good hope — the horses symbolize success, for example, and other patterns are for fortune and love. Only thing is, though, you can probably only wear them once, if you dare use them at all, because they're made out of paper. Check out the rest of their patterns in the gallery below, and then tell me: would you wear these?
It's the second day of our "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" series, and now it's time to explore "something new." People like to play it safe when it comes to wedding beauty, but there are a few pretty, nontraditional items you can introduce that will get you looking gorgeous and help you fill your quota. To check them out, just click through.